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Campagnes : Journée Internationale de l'Objection de Conscience

Déclarations de l'IRG

01 mai 2003
Français

Les objecteurs de conscience israéliens ont besoin de soutien

23 février 2003, Internationale des résistants à la guerre - BE Le bureau exécutif de l'Internationale des résis tants à la guerre (IRG), réseau pacifiste âgé de quatre-vingt-un an, regroupant 90 associations dans 45 pays, exprime ses graves préoccupations concernant la situation des objecteurs de conscience au service militaire en Israël, à l'occasion de sa réunion ce week-end, à Londres.

Articles

11 mai 2010
Espagnol

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28 avr. 2010
Français

10 & 11 mai 2010 : Liens et séparations - antimilitarisme, féminisme, femmes, objection de conscience et identité sexuelle non-hégémonique

Dans le cadre des actions pour le 15 Mai 2010, un séminaire international aura lieu à Asunción au Paraguay, les 10 et 11 Mai 2010, organisé par La comuna de Emma, Chana Y Todas las Demas avec la coopération de différents groupes du Paraguay et d'Amérique latine.

01 juin 2009
Anglais

South Korea was War Resisters' International's focus for International Conscientious Objection Day 2009 - 15 May. Jointly with the Korean organisations Korea Solidarity for Conscientious Objection (KSCO) and World Without War (WWW), WRI had organised an international meeting and training of conscientious objectors in Seoul, with participants from Eritrea, Germany, Finland, Macedonia, Israel, Puerto Rico, Spain, and South Korea.

14 mai 2009
Anglais

International Conscientious Objectors' Day is observed around the world on 15th of May. It has been observed with nonviolent actions since 1986. This year the focus of the day is on South Korean conscientious objectors' (CO) poor human rights situation. International Conscientious Objectors' Day is organized by War Resisters' International (WRI) and its affiliated organizations.
 South Korea does not recognise the right to conscientious objection. Objectors to military service are sentenced to 18 months in prison. On March 31st , 458 COs were serving their sentences.


24 avr. 2009
Anglais

Yongsuk Lee: Without question, were I to face call-up again, I would again object to military service. However, at the same time, I don't ever want to be put into prison again."Yongsuk Lee: Without question, were I to face call-up again, I would again object to military service. However, at the same time, I don't ever want to be put into prison again."At the time of writing this appeal, more than 450 conscientious objectors are serving prison sentences of usually 18 months in South Korea. Since 1939 more than 15,000 conscientious objectors have been to prison in the country, which up still does not recognise the right to conscientious objection.

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

I have an American friend who used to stay in Korea a few years ago. And I remember once he said to me that his family in the USA would often tell him to come back before a war would happen between North and South Korea. After hearing what his family said to him, I realised that people outside Korea thought about a war or a military tension even more than the people living in Korea did. (...)

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

To be liberated or to be incarcerated? It is an unavoidably acute question. The world we live in, at the global level, is constantly at war. Not surprisingly, as of the beginning of January 2009, we can see the war currently continuing in Gaza. The 20th century is remembered as an age of wars and presumably so will be the 21st. The US government started the 'war on terror' against Iraq after the 11 September attacks. The Iraq war was nothing but another dreadful war. Not only were the nation state of Iraq and the terrorists deemed to be enemies of the US, but the US clearly declared this was a war against evil. Clarifying who is evil requires great care.

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

On 1 December 1 2005, I called a press conference to declare my conscientious objection to military service, with two other conscientious objectors. Since I became active in a university student movement, I had been thinking of becoming a conscientious objector, not as a pacifist but as a radical statement of resistance to the State. Interestingly enough, only after my decision to become a conscientious objector did I begin to try to live as a pacifist.

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

I participated in student movements during my college years. That experience influenced me even after I graduated, and I felt very uncomfortable with the idea of becoming a soldier loyal to his country. I not only found it difficult to follow orders from any superior without questioning, but was most afraid of the forceful and violent nature of the military culture that builds up the sense of hierarchy.